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H A Ddma_resources.cppdiff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7f12cc54a729622cd04940ee9400958413d99b21 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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H A Ddevfs.cppdiff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7f12cc54a729622cd04940ee9400958413d99b21 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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/haiku/headers/private/fs_shell/
H A Dfssh_fs_interface.hdiff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7e3c2024 Mon Jul 28 17:36:08 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Added fssh_volume_for_vnode() and fssh_do[_iterative]_fd_io() to the
FS shell. The latter two lack an implementation yet, though.


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diff 7ffafac8 Sat Apr 05 17:05:16 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Reorganized the FS interface a little:
- Moved most file_system_module_info hooks into separate structures.
Those that operate on mounted volumes to fs_volume_ops, those
operating on a vnode to fs_vnode_ops.
- Got rid of the fs_volume, fs_cookie, fs_vnode typedefs. We use void*
again.
- Instead of a void* volume and node cookie hooks are passed a
fs_volume and fs_vnode structure pointer, which contain the cookie
and an ops pointer (fs_volume a few more things).
- The VFS {new,publish,get,...}_vnode() functions take a fs_volume*
instead of the volume ID. So does vfs_get_fs_node_from_path().
- Added type and flags arguments to publish_vnode() and the
get_vnode() hook and removed the type argument from lookup() hook.
Added vnode::type using formerly unused bits to store the node type.
Simplified a few things in the VFS due to the now always available
node type.
- Added fs_volume_ops::{create,delete}_sub_vnode() and
fs_vnode_ops::get_super_vnode() hooks. They are used to support file
system layers, e.g. allowing to extend an FS not supporting BeOS
attribute with attribute support. Needs some more work in the VFS.
- Added fs_vnode_ops::create_special_node() hook for creating special
nodes (e.g. FIFOs).
* Adjusted the built-in file systems and BFS according to the interface
changes. Removed all other FSs from the image for the time being.
We'll see whether further API changes are necessary before porting
them.
* Adjusted the bfs_shell accordingly.
* Implemented create_special_node() in rootfs to support special nodes.
* Added support for FIFOs:
- Added syscall _kern_create_fifo() (used by mkfifo()), which creates
a special node (type S_IFIFO) in the respective file system.
- When a special node is published the VFS creates a respective sub
node. Currently only FIFOs are supported.
- Added a little support for FIFO subnodes by using functionality from
the pipefs.
- Added mkfifo to the image. It can create FIFOs in the rootfs, but
the FIFOs aren't really usable ATM, since they still work like
pipes, i.e. readers and writers need to have them open at the same
time.
* Some smaller changes in the VFS:
- Made the *_CALL macros nicer to use (vargs).
- Refactored FS entry lookup into new function lookup_dir_entry().
- create_vnode() no longer just calls the FS create() hook. First it
looks up the entry and uses open_vnode(), if it already exists. This
is necessary for two reasons: 1) The FS might not support create()
while still allowing to open() entries. 2) When the FS has other
layers on to of it (or the respective node) it might not be
responsible for opening the node.


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diff 7f12cc54a729622cd04940ee9400958413d99b21 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7e3c2024785ffeda47ee3497dd43182c3b38c469 Mon Jul 28 17:36:08 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Added fssh_volume_for_vnode() and fssh_do[_iterative]_fd_io() to the
FS shell. The latter two lack an implementation yet, though.


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diff 7ffafac8d76aa50ea68667e61038022220a90256 Sat Apr 05 17:05:16 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Reorganized the FS interface a little:
- Moved most file_system_module_info hooks into separate structures.
Those that operate on mounted volumes to fs_volume_ops, those
operating on a vnode to fs_vnode_ops.
- Got rid of the fs_volume, fs_cookie, fs_vnode typedefs. We use void*
again.
- Instead of a void* volume and node cookie hooks are passed a
fs_volume and fs_vnode structure pointer, which contain the cookie
and an ops pointer (fs_volume a few more things).
- The VFS {new,publish,get,...}_vnode() functions take a fs_volume*
instead of the volume ID. So does vfs_get_fs_node_from_path().
- Added type and flags arguments to publish_vnode() and the
get_vnode() hook and removed the type argument from lookup() hook.
Added vnode::type using formerly unused bits to store the node type.
Simplified a few things in the VFS due to the now always available
node type.
- Added fs_volume_ops::{create,delete}_sub_vnode() and
fs_vnode_ops::get_super_vnode() hooks. They are used to support file
system layers, e.g. allowing to extend an FS not supporting BeOS
attribute with attribute support. Needs some more work in the VFS.
- Added fs_vnode_ops::create_special_node() hook for creating special
nodes (e.g. FIFOs).
* Adjusted the built-in file systems and BFS according to the interface
changes. Removed all other FSs from the image for the time being.
We'll see whether further API changes are necessary before porting
them.
* Adjusted the bfs_shell accordingly.
* Implemented create_special_node() in rootfs to support special nodes.
* Added support for FIFOs:
- Added syscall _kern_create_fifo() (used by mkfifo()), which creates
a special node (type S_IFIFO) in the respective file system.
- When a special node is published the VFS creates a respective sub
node. Currently only FIFOs are supported.
- Added a little support for FIFO subnodes by using functionality from
the pipefs.
- Added mkfifo to the image. It can create FIFOs in the rootfs, but
the FIFOs aren't really usable ATM, since they still work like
pipes, i.e. readers and writers need to have them open at the same
time.
* Some smaller changes in the VFS:
- Made the *_CALL macros nicer to use (vargs).
- Refactored FS entry lookup into new function lookup_dir_entry().
- create_vnode() no longer just calls the FS create() hook. First it
looks up the entry and uses open_vnode(), if it already exists. This
is necessary for two reasons: 1) The FS might not support create()
while still allowing to open() entries. 2) When the FS has other
layers on to of it (or the respective node) it might not be
responsible for opening the node.


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/haiku/headers/os/drivers/
H A Dfs_interface.hdiff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7df40c23 Mon Jul 28 17:33:49 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Added handy function volume_for_vnode() which returns the fs_volume for
a given given fs_vnode.


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diff 7ffafac8 Sat Apr 05 17:05:16 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Reorganized the FS interface a little:
- Moved most file_system_module_info hooks into separate structures.
Those that operate on mounted volumes to fs_volume_ops, those
operating on a vnode to fs_vnode_ops.
- Got rid of the fs_volume, fs_cookie, fs_vnode typedefs. We use void*
again.
- Instead of a void* volume and node cookie hooks are passed a
fs_volume and fs_vnode structure pointer, which contain the cookie
and an ops pointer (fs_volume a few more things).
- The VFS {new,publish,get,...}_vnode() functions take a fs_volume*
instead of the volume ID. So does vfs_get_fs_node_from_path().
- Added type and flags arguments to publish_vnode() and the
get_vnode() hook and removed the type argument from lookup() hook.
Added vnode::type using formerly unused bits to store the node type.
Simplified a few things in the VFS due to the now always available
node type.
- Added fs_volume_ops::{create,delete}_sub_vnode() and
fs_vnode_ops::get_super_vnode() hooks. They are used to support file
system layers, e.g. allowing to extend an FS not supporting BeOS
attribute with attribute support. Needs some more work in the VFS.
- Added fs_vnode_ops::create_special_node() hook for creating special
nodes (e.g. FIFOs).
* Adjusted the built-in file systems and BFS according to the interface
changes. Removed all other FSs from the image for the time being.
We'll see whether further API changes are necessary before porting
them.
* Adjusted the bfs_shell accordingly.
* Implemented create_special_node() in rootfs to support special nodes.
* Added support for FIFOs:
- Added syscall _kern_create_fifo() (used by mkfifo()), which creates
a special node (type S_IFIFO) in the respective file system.
- When a special node is published the VFS creates a respective sub
node. Currently only FIFOs are supported.
- Added a little support for FIFO subnodes by using functionality from
the pipefs.
- Added mkfifo to the image. It can create FIFOs in the rootfs, but
the FIFOs aren't really usable ATM, since they still work like
pipes, i.e. readers and writers need to have them open at the same
time.
* Some smaller changes in the VFS:
- Made the *_CALL macros nicer to use (vargs).
- Refactored FS entry lookup into new function lookup_dir_entry().
- create_vnode() no longer just calls the FS create() hook. First it
looks up the entry and uses open_vnode(), if it already exists. This
is necessary for two reasons: 1) The FS might not support create()
while still allowing to open() entries. 2) When the FS has other
layers on to of it (or the respective node) it might not be
responsible for opening the node.


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diff 7a1b4ef3 Thu Jul 05 08:48:16 MDT 2007 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> Obviously forgot to commit these; they were part of the mount_id/vnode_id to dev_t/ino_t
conversion.


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diff 7af4ca8a Sat Sep 04 11:13:45 MDT 2004 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> Changed the VM hooks a bit to better match the corresponding driver hooks.
Added file cache hook function that gets the extents of a file.


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diff 7f12cc54a729622cd04940ee9400958413d99b21 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7df40c23f6259559b97604ba66d0384311c51e0b Mon Jul 28 17:33:49 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Added handy function volume_for_vnode() which returns the fs_volume for
a given given fs_vnode.


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diff 7ffafac8d76aa50ea68667e61038022220a90256 Sat Apr 05 17:05:16 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Reorganized the FS interface a little:
- Moved most file_system_module_info hooks into separate structures.
Those that operate on mounted volumes to fs_volume_ops, those
operating on a vnode to fs_vnode_ops.
- Got rid of the fs_volume, fs_cookie, fs_vnode typedefs. We use void*
again.
- Instead of a void* volume and node cookie hooks are passed a
fs_volume and fs_vnode structure pointer, which contain the cookie
and an ops pointer (fs_volume a few more things).
- The VFS {new,publish,get,...}_vnode() functions take a fs_volume*
instead of the volume ID. So does vfs_get_fs_node_from_path().
- Added type and flags arguments to publish_vnode() and the
get_vnode() hook and removed the type argument from lookup() hook.
Added vnode::type using formerly unused bits to store the node type.
Simplified a few things in the VFS due to the now always available
node type.
- Added fs_volume_ops::{create,delete}_sub_vnode() and
fs_vnode_ops::get_super_vnode() hooks. They are used to support file
system layers, e.g. allowing to extend an FS not supporting BeOS
attribute with attribute support. Needs some more work in the VFS.
- Added fs_vnode_ops::create_special_node() hook for creating special
nodes (e.g. FIFOs).
* Adjusted the built-in file systems and BFS according to the interface
changes. Removed all other FSs from the image for the time being.
We'll see whether further API changes are necessary before porting
them.
* Adjusted the bfs_shell accordingly.
* Implemented create_special_node() in rootfs to support special nodes.
* Added support for FIFOs:
- Added syscall _kern_create_fifo() (used by mkfifo()), which creates
a special node (type S_IFIFO) in the respective file system.
- When a special node is published the VFS creates a respective sub
node. Currently only FIFOs are supported.
- Added a little support for FIFO subnodes by using functionality from
the pipefs.
- Added mkfifo to the image. It can create FIFOs in the rootfs, but
the FIFOs aren't really usable ATM, since they still work like
pipes, i.e. readers and writers need to have them open at the same
time.
* Some smaller changes in the VFS:
- Made the *_CALL macros nicer to use (vargs).
- Refactored FS entry lookup into new function lookup_dir_entry().
- create_vnode() no longer just calls the FS create() hook. First it
looks up the entry and uses open_vnode(), if it already exists. This
is necessary for two reasons: 1) The FS might not support create()
while still allowing to open() entries. 2) When the FS has other
layers on to of it (or the respective node) it might not be
responsible for opening the node.


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diff 7a1b4ef3fd2b9002c4eba1160d459eff3a27664d Thu Jul 05 08:48:16 MDT 2007 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> Obviously forgot to commit these; they were part of the mount_id/vnode_id to dev_t/ino_t
conversion.


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/haiku/headers/private/kernel/
H A Dvfs.hdiff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7ffafac8 Sat Apr 05 17:05:16 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Reorganized the FS interface a little:
- Moved most file_system_module_info hooks into separate structures.
Those that operate on mounted volumes to fs_volume_ops, those
operating on a vnode to fs_vnode_ops.
- Got rid of the fs_volume, fs_cookie, fs_vnode typedefs. We use void*
again.
- Instead of a void* volume and node cookie hooks are passed a
fs_volume and fs_vnode structure pointer, which contain the cookie
and an ops pointer (fs_volume a few more things).
- The VFS {new,publish,get,...}_vnode() functions take a fs_volume*
instead of the volume ID. So does vfs_get_fs_node_from_path().
- Added type and flags arguments to publish_vnode() and the
get_vnode() hook and removed the type argument from lookup() hook.
Added vnode::type using formerly unused bits to store the node type.
Simplified a few things in the VFS due to the now always available
node type.
- Added fs_volume_ops::{create,delete}_sub_vnode() and
fs_vnode_ops::get_super_vnode() hooks. They are used to support file
system layers, e.g. allowing to extend an FS not supporting BeOS
attribute with attribute support. Needs some more work in the VFS.
- Added fs_vnode_ops::create_special_node() hook for creating special
nodes (e.g. FIFOs).
* Adjusted the built-in file systems and BFS according to the interface
changes. Removed all other FSs from the image for the time being.
We'll see whether further API changes are necessary before porting
them.
* Adjusted the bfs_shell accordingly.
* Implemented create_special_node() in rootfs to support special nodes.
* Added support for FIFOs:
- Added syscall _kern_create_fifo() (used by mkfifo()), which creates
a special node (type S_IFIFO) in the respective file system.
- When a special node is published the VFS creates a respective sub
node. Currently only FIFOs are supported.
- Added a little support for FIFO subnodes by using functionality from
the pipefs.
- Added mkfifo to the image. It can create FIFOs in the rootfs, but
the FIFOs aren't really usable ATM, since they still work like
pipes, i.e. readers and writers need to have them open at the same
time.
* Some smaller changes in the VFS:
- Made the *_CALL macros nicer to use (vargs).
- Refactored FS entry lookup into new function lookup_dir_entry().
- create_vnode() no longer just calls the FS create() hook. First it
looks up the entry and uses open_vnode(), if it already exists. This
is necessary for two reasons: 1) The FS might not support create()
while still allowing to open() entries. 2) When the FS has other
layers on to of it (or the respective node) it might not be
responsible for opening the node.


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diff 7fb2963a Thu Oct 28 16:31:43 MDT 2004 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Added vfs_normalize_path() service call.
* Added resolve_mount_point_to_volume_root() which does what
resolve_volume_root_to_mount_point() did. IOW the latter one didn't
do what it advertised.
* Fixed dir_vnode_to_path(). Basically broken due to the broken
resolve_volume_root_to_mount_point(), but also compared potentially
unrelated vnode IDs (belonging to different volumes).
* Fixed get_dir_path_and_leaf(). It didn't deal correctly with paths
ending in '/' (including the root dir).
* fs_mount() does now accept a NULL fsName, getting the FS name from
the DDM in this case.
* fs_mount() now also supports mounting file images; it lets the DDM
create a file device for them.


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diff 7b5e243a Wed Oct 27 09:22:00 MDT 2004 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> Added prototype for the new vfs_get_fs_node_from_path() function. It's
currently only used in devfs for the publication of partitions.


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diff 7d5be143 Sun Feb 22 21:30:46 MST 2004 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> We have status_t.


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diff 7f12cc54a729622cd04940ee9400958413d99b21 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7ffafac8d76aa50ea68667e61038022220a90256 Sat Apr 05 17:05:16 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Reorganized the FS interface a little:
- Moved most file_system_module_info hooks into separate structures.
Those that operate on mounted volumes to fs_volume_ops, those
operating on a vnode to fs_vnode_ops.
- Got rid of the fs_volume, fs_cookie, fs_vnode typedefs. We use void*
again.
- Instead of a void* volume and node cookie hooks are passed a
fs_volume and fs_vnode structure pointer, which contain the cookie
and an ops pointer (fs_volume a few more things).
- The VFS {new,publish,get,...}_vnode() functions take a fs_volume*
instead of the volume ID. So does vfs_get_fs_node_from_path().
- Added type and flags arguments to publish_vnode() and the
get_vnode() hook and removed the type argument from lookup() hook.
Added vnode::type using formerly unused bits to store the node type.
Simplified a few things in the VFS due to the now always available
node type.
- Added fs_volume_ops::{create,delete}_sub_vnode() and
fs_vnode_ops::get_super_vnode() hooks. They are used to support file
system layers, e.g. allowing to extend an FS not supporting BeOS
attribute with attribute support. Needs some more work in the VFS.
- Added fs_vnode_ops::create_special_node() hook for creating special
nodes (e.g. FIFOs).
* Adjusted the built-in file systems and BFS according to the interface
changes. Removed all other FSs from the image for the time being.
We'll see whether further API changes are necessary before porting
them.
* Adjusted the bfs_shell accordingly.
* Implemented create_special_node() in rootfs to support special nodes.
* Added support for FIFOs:
- Added syscall _kern_create_fifo() (used by mkfifo()), which creates
a special node (type S_IFIFO) in the respective file system.
- When a special node is published the VFS creates a respective sub
node. Currently only FIFOs are supported.
- Added a little support for FIFO subnodes by using functionality from
the pipefs.
- Added mkfifo to the image. It can create FIFOs in the rootfs, but
the FIFOs aren't really usable ATM, since they still work like
pipes, i.e. readers and writers need to have them open at the same
time.
* Some smaller changes in the VFS:
- Made the *_CALL macros nicer to use (vargs).
- Refactored FS entry lookup into new function lookup_dir_entry().
- create_vnode() no longer just calls the FS create() hook. First it
looks up the entry and uses open_vnode(), if it already exists. This
is necessary for two reasons: 1) The FS might not support create()
while still allowing to open() entries. 2) When the FS has other
layers on to of it (or the respective node) it might not be
responsible for opening the node.


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diff 7fb2963ae41010e397838f095b8b7b71332d36ff Thu Oct 28 16:31:43 MDT 2004 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Added vfs_normalize_path() service call.
* Added resolve_mount_point_to_volume_root() which does what
resolve_volume_root_to_mount_point() did. IOW the latter one didn't
do what it advertised.
* Fixed dir_vnode_to_path(). Basically broken due to the broken
resolve_volume_root_to_mount_point(), but also compared potentially
unrelated vnode IDs (belonging to different volumes).
* Fixed get_dir_path_and_leaf(). It didn't deal correctly with paths
ending in '/' (including the root dir).
* fs_mount() does now accept a NULL fsName, getting the FS name from
the DDM in this case.
* fs_mount() now also supports mounting file images; it lets the DDM
create a file device for them.


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diff 7b5e243a4d1376b8ddb063074d10f6dcc30e5b28 Wed Oct 27 09:22:00 MDT 2004 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> Added prototype for the new vfs_get_fs_node_from_path() function. It's
currently only used in devfs for the publication of partitions.


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/haiku/src/system/kernel/cache/
H A Dfile_cache.cppdiff 7fa3e4e6 Tue Jan 26 10:22:46 MST 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> cache_io(): Reevaluate the memory situation periodically. Deciding at the
beginning whether to pass the cache by really doesn't help when
reading/writing a huge amount of data, since a low memory situation is likely
to occur at some point during the operation. This should fix the main issue
of #3768.


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diff 7b8683b2 Fri Oct 17 10:45:14 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Updated write_to_cache() to use physical pages for I/O and the new
{memset,memcpy_to}_physical() functions.
Mapping lots of physical pages at once as done before was an actual
problem on systems with enough RAM, as the physical page mapper can map
only 64 chunks at a time. So multiple threads could play dining
philosophers, each getting only one of two chopsticks, waiting for
another one to be freed.


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diff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7c3a45ec Fri Aug 03 18:24:13 MDT 2007 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Although probably not used ATM, cache_prefetch_vnode() should respect
busy pages.


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diff 7fa3e4e68a17d41ffa9b2ce945d5aeec6ddf7e61 Tue Jan 26 10:22:46 MST 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> cache_io(): Reevaluate the memory situation periodically. Deciding at the
beginning whether to pass the cache by really doesn't help when
reading/writing a huge amount of data, since a low memory situation is likely
to occur at some point during the operation. This should fix the main issue
of #3768.


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diff 7b8683b2524b1f17bbeb53eddbe7eeda48898df5 Fri Oct 17 10:45:14 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Updated write_to_cache() to use physical pages for I/O and the new
{memset,memcpy_to}_physical() functions.
Mapping lots of physical pages at once as done before was an actual
problem on systems with enough RAM, as the physical page mapper can map
only 64 chunks at a time. So multiple threads could play dining
philosophers, each getting only one of two chopsticks, waiting for
another one to be freed.


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diff 7f12cc54a729622cd04940ee9400958413d99b21 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7c3a45ec5e2387c4a2aa68c6f8bd39f8655db775 Fri Aug 03 18:24:13 MDT 2007 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Although probably not used ATM, cache_prefetch_vnode() should respect
busy pages.


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H A Dkernel_interface.cppdiff a01dd963 Sun Apr 28 05:36:20 MDT 2013 Michael Lotz <mmlr@mlotz.ch> Return more than a single dirent at a time in bfs_read_dir().

Return as many dirents as fit into the provided buffer. The readdir()
implementation in libroot tries to get many dirents and caches them to
reduce the amount of syscalls and the associated overhead.

This reduces the syscall count dramatically for use cases where a lot
of directories are enumerated. A "git status" on a Haiku repository for
example goes from over 50k read dir syscalls down to just under 7k.
The performance gain is only around a moderate 5% in that use case
though.
diff 7f57b05f Wed Aug 13 05:04:51 MDT 2008 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> * Temporarily use the private I/O request API to decide whether or not the
request is a write request.
* This closes bug #2579, thanks BGA for the investigation!


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diff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7ffafac8 Sat Apr 05 17:05:16 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Reorganized the FS interface a little:
- Moved most file_system_module_info hooks into separate structures.
Those that operate on mounted volumes to fs_volume_ops, those
operating on a vnode to fs_vnode_ops.
- Got rid of the fs_volume, fs_cookie, fs_vnode typedefs. We use void*
again.
- Instead of a void* volume and node cookie hooks are passed a
fs_volume and fs_vnode structure pointer, which contain the cookie
and an ops pointer (fs_volume a few more things).
- The VFS {new,publish,get,...}_vnode() functions take a fs_volume*
instead of the volume ID. So does vfs_get_fs_node_from_path().
- Added type and flags arguments to publish_vnode() and the
get_vnode() hook and removed the type argument from lookup() hook.
Added vnode::type using formerly unused bits to store the node type.
Simplified a few things in the VFS due to the now always available
node type.
- Added fs_volume_ops::{create,delete}_sub_vnode() and
fs_vnode_ops::get_super_vnode() hooks. They are used to support file
system layers, e.g. allowing to extend an FS not supporting BeOS
attribute with attribute support. Needs some more work in the VFS.
- Added fs_vnode_ops::create_special_node() hook for creating special
nodes (e.g. FIFOs).
* Adjusted the built-in file systems and BFS according to the interface
changes. Removed all other FSs from the image for the time being.
We'll see whether further API changes are necessary before porting
them.
* Adjusted the bfs_shell accordingly.
* Implemented create_special_node() in rootfs to support special nodes.
* Added support for FIFOs:
- Added syscall _kern_create_fifo() (used by mkfifo()), which creates
a special node (type S_IFIFO) in the respective file system.
- When a special node is published the VFS creates a respective sub
node. Currently only FIFOs are supported.
- Added a little support for FIFO subnodes by using functionality from
the pipefs.
- Added mkfifo to the image. It can create FIFOs in the rootfs, but
the FIFOs aren't really usable ATM, since they still work like
pipes, i.e. readers and writers need to have them open at the same
time.
* Some smaller changes in the VFS:
- Made the *_CALL macros nicer to use (vargs).
- Refactored FS entry lookup into new function lookup_dir_entry().
- create_vnode() no longer just calls the FS create() hook. First it
looks up the entry and uses open_vnode(), if it already exists. This
is necessary for two reasons: 1) The FS might not support create()
while still allowing to open() entries. 2) When the FS has other
layers on to of it (or the respective node) it might not be
responsible for opening the node.


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diff 7ab95d9d Mon Oct 21 20:23:24 MDT 2002 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> Made it easier to switch from R5 compilation to the test "obfs" compilation.
$ COMPILE_FOR_R5=1 jam
will compile the "bfs" version, otherwise the "obfs" version is created.
Note: the final executable will always be called obfs (for now).


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diff a01dd963464e7a1dd3e4f7fa1db77307f701b123 Sun Apr 28 05:36:20 MDT 2013 Michael Lotz <mmlr@mlotz.ch> Return more than a single dirent at a time in bfs_read_dir().

Return as many dirents as fit into the provided buffer. The readdir()
implementation in libroot tries to get many dirents and caches them to
reduce the amount of syscalls and the associated overhead.

This reduces the syscall count dramatically for use cases where a lot
of directories are enumerated. A "git status" on a Haiku repository for
example goes from over 50k read dir syscalls down to just under 7k.
The performance gain is only around a moderate 5% in that use case
though.
diff 7f57b05f1dc4c8f355a72d9315ec0dba6e065a41 Wed Aug 13 05:04:51 MDT 2008 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> * Temporarily use the private I/O request API to decide whether or not the
request is a write request.
* This closes bug #2579, thanks BGA for the investigation!


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diff 7f12cc54a729622cd04940ee9400958413d99b21 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7ffafac8d76aa50ea68667e61038022220a90256 Sat Apr 05 17:05:16 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Reorganized the FS interface a little:
- Moved most file_system_module_info hooks into separate structures.
Those that operate on mounted volumes to fs_volume_ops, those
operating on a vnode to fs_vnode_ops.
- Got rid of the fs_volume, fs_cookie, fs_vnode typedefs. We use void*
again.
- Instead of a void* volume and node cookie hooks are passed a
fs_volume and fs_vnode structure pointer, which contain the cookie
and an ops pointer (fs_volume a few more things).
- The VFS {new,publish,get,...}_vnode() functions take a fs_volume*
instead of the volume ID. So does vfs_get_fs_node_from_path().
- Added type and flags arguments to publish_vnode() and the
get_vnode() hook and removed the type argument from lookup() hook.
Added vnode::type using formerly unused bits to store the node type.
Simplified a few things in the VFS due to the now always available
node type.
- Added fs_volume_ops::{create,delete}_sub_vnode() and
fs_vnode_ops::get_super_vnode() hooks. They are used to support file
system layers, e.g. allowing to extend an FS not supporting BeOS
attribute with attribute support. Needs some more work in the VFS.
- Added fs_vnode_ops::create_special_node() hook for creating special
nodes (e.g. FIFOs).
* Adjusted the built-in file systems and BFS according to the interface
changes. Removed all other FSs from the image for the time being.
We'll see whether further API changes are necessary before porting
them.
* Adjusted the bfs_shell accordingly.
* Implemented create_special_node() in rootfs to support special nodes.
* Added support for FIFOs:
- Added syscall _kern_create_fifo() (used by mkfifo()), which creates
a special node (type S_IFIFO) in the respective file system.
- When a special node is published the VFS creates a respective sub
node. Currently only FIFOs are supported.
- Added a little support for FIFO subnodes by using functionality from
the pipefs.
- Added mkfifo to the image. It can create FIFOs in the rootfs, but
the FIFOs aren't really usable ATM, since they still work like
pipes, i.e. readers and writers need to have them open at the same
time.
* Some smaller changes in the VFS:
- Made the *_CALL macros nicer to use (vargs).
- Refactored FS entry lookup into new function lookup_dir_entry().
- create_vnode() no longer just calls the FS create() hook. First it
looks up the entry and uses open_vnode(), if it already exists. This
is necessary for two reasons: 1) The FS might not support create()
while still allowing to open() entries. 2) When the FS has other
layers on to of it (or the respective node) it might not be
responsible for opening the node.


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/haiku/src/system/kernel/fs/
H A Dvfs.cppdiff 7ef47de9 Mon Feb 13 19:36:46 MST 2012 czeidler <haiku@clemens-zeidler.de> Revert "Finally applying the patch that adds support to add path information to stat and attr monitor messages."

Will recommit it when I have more time to work on the todos.

This reverts commit 610ef6c00781522022455c0cbf34495420b2db1d.
diff 7bb72b8d Mon Jun 20 15:41:05 MDT 2011 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Comment typo fixes
diff 7d9bce24 Sat Feb 27 13:29:11 MST 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> debug_resolve_vnode_path(): Avoid duplicate slash at the beginning of the
path.


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diff 7fc65e14 Sun Jan 03 07:10:43 MST 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> fs_unmount(): We need to hold the vnodes write lock after all. The upside is
that it saves us from locking the individual vnodes.


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diff 7a9b8baa Fri Jan 01 13:43:20 MST 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Made vnode::type private, renamed it to fType, and added accessor methods. It
stores the value right-shifted by 12 bits, now, since those bits are not
relevant. This saves some bits and also resolves a TODO.


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diff 7ce581d7 Thu Nov 26 07:28:55 MST 2009 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> * Eliminated the extra buffer in dir_vnode_to_path(); we write directly to the
specified buffer now.


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diff 7e621f16 Wed Nov 05 07:07:33 MST 2008 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> * Use parse_expression() for argument parsing.


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diff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7f12cc54 Wed Jul 30 17:34:10 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * It is now supported that I/O operations and requests are only handled
partially (e.g. due to hitting the end of file). The respective
classes have grown new methods and attributes to deal with that. The
"finished" callbacks have got additional parameters to indicate
whether the transfer was only partial and how much has been
transferred. Other callbacks and functions have a size_t* in/out
parameter instead of a simple size_t, now.
* vfs_{read,write}_pages() do now use the I/O request framework instead
of the underlying FS's {read,write}_pages() hooks (those should be
unused now). Furthermore they've got an additional "flags" parameter,
which is passed to IORequest::Init(), i.e. it allows to specify that
the given vecs refer to physical addresses.
* The file cache's read_into_cache() reads directly into physical
pages, now.
* Fixed bug in DoIO::IO(): The offset was not adjusted, so that all
pages were incorrectly transferred from/to the same location.
* Fixed broken subrequest scheduling loop head in
do_iterative_fd_io_iterate().
* Adjusted the test driver and implemented its io() hook. Using this
driver I/O requests are passed all the way from the VFS/VM to the
driver and through the I/O scheduler. It even seems to work. :-)
* Added missing const to the iovec* parameter of the IORequest::Init()
methods.
* Disabled some debug output by default. Added new optional debug
output.


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diff 7df40c23 Mon Jul 28 17:33:49 MDT 2008 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Added handy function volume_for_vnode() which returns the fs_volume for
a given given fs_vnode.


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